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19th century turnpikes in Rhode Island

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19th-century turnpikes in Rhode Island

The following turnpikes were chartered and built in Rhode Island:

  1. West Glocester Turnpike 1794
  2. Providence and Norwich Turnpike 1794
  3. Rhode Island and Connecticut Turnpike 1803
  4. Glocester Turnpike 1804
  5. Providence and Douglass Turnpike 1805
  6. Rhode Island Turnpike 1805
  7. Loisquisset Turnpike 1806
  8. Providence and Pawtucket Turnpike 1807
  9. Farnum and Providence Turnpike 1808
  10. Woonasquatucket Turnpike 1810
  11. Powder Mill Turnpike 1810
  12. Natick Turnpike 1812
  13. Valley Falls Turnpike 1813
  14. Foster and Scituate Turnpike 1813
  15. Foster and Scituate Central Turnpike 1813
  16. Coventry and Cranston Turnpike
  17. Providence and Pawcatuck Turnpike 1816
  18. Hopkinton and Richmond Turnpike 1820
  19. Smithfield Turnpike 1823
  20. Pawtuxet Turnpike 1825
  21. Mineral Spring Turnpike 1825
  22. Pawtucket and Providence East Turnpike 1825
  23. Fall River and Watupper Turnpike 1827 (became within Massachusetts after a border change in 1861)
  24. Stone Bridge and Fall River Turnpike 1838

Current Turnpikes

There is only one turnpike in Rhode Island currently:

  • New London Turnpike
  • References

    19th-century turnpikes in Rhode Island Wikipedia


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